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What are your favorite rides at Six Flags? ~ Jedicamp_Diva
Twisted Colossus is my favorite, but I also like Goliath and Full Throttle.
What do you think of Pokemon Go? ~ Jedicamp_Diva
It was really fun when it first started, but I've been so busy, I haven't used it recently. Its fun when I have the time.
When your not filming TV shows or a short film what do you do in your free time? ~ Tiffany
Lots of things! I love hanging with my friends and boyfriend. I go to Six Flags, go trap and target shooting, spend time with my dogs, and lately, have been Pokemon hunting LOL
What was it like filming the TV show Strings? ~ Tiffany
It was a lot of fun. The cast all got along great and I really enjoyed working with all the special effects. We had a crazy shoot schedule. I'm looking forward to seeing it when it comes out.
What kind of learner are you, auditory, visual, or kinesthetic? ~ Jedicamp_Diva
I'm probably a mix of visual and kinesthetic. I need to understand something first and then I need to do it for myself. Once I've done that, I have it down.
How old were you when you knew that you wanted to be an actress? ~ Tiffany
I started asking to audition when I was four. At first, my mom thought it was just a phase, but after several months, she agreed to get me a local agent and allow me to audition. I booked my first audition and loved every minute on set. From that day on, I knew I wanted to act.
Do you play an instrument? ~ Jedicamp_Diva
I've played the piano before and mess around on my two guitars, but I don't really play anything seriously. I prefer to sing.
In your opinion, why do you think it's so hard for us to accept our flaws? ~ Jedicamp_Diva
I think that's human nature. We are all insecure in some way, some more than others, just as some strive for perfection more than others. No matter who we are, how blessed we are, or how much we have, we all have flaws and we always perceive them as weaknesses, even though most others don't even see them.
Have you ever been to Comic Con? ~ Jedicamp_Diva
Yes. I went last year with my friend, Josh. We had a blast. I also worked a project outside of the main Comic Con (but during the same week) for Disney so was there for that.
What's one technique you use to memorize your lines for a film? ~ jedicamp_diva
It depends on the role. If it's a simple role, I just learn it off the page and develop the character afterward. If it's a longer, complicated script, I work on the character at the same time as learning the script so I don't fall into a pattern that isn't suitable for the character. I also try not to "memorize" lines, but to learn and understand the conversation and context of the script and character so it's more a matter of learning the meaning and then the lines just come naturally, if that makes sense. To me, it's more important to get into the character's head rather than learn things line by line to start and to worry about the phrasing after.